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(with clause) Simple past tense for to believe without reason
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Simple past tense for have a gut feeling
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Simple past tense for to form an opinion from little or no evidence
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Simple past tense for to be in expectation of
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Simple past tense for to have a sinking feeling
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Simple past tense for to ascertain through analysis or investigation
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Simple past tense for to have a vague awareness of
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Simple past tense for figure out, understand
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Simple past tense for assume the existence of
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Simple past tense for to serve as a warning or omen
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Simple past tense for to anticipate
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Simple past tense for to predict or foretell (future events)
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Simple past tense for to perceive information through one's senses
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Simple past tense for to have as an opinion
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Simple past tense for to speak or write with divine inspiration
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Simple past tense for to tell about in advance
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Simple past tense for form a theory or conjecture about a subject without firm evidence
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Simple past tense for suppose to be the case, without proof
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Simple past tense for to foresee and act in advance of
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Simple past tense for arrive at a judgement or opinion by reasoning
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Simple past tense for to tell of or describe beforehand
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Simple past tense for to form an opinion or reach a conclusion through reasoning and information
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(with clause) Past participle for to believe without reason
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Past participle for to be in expectation of
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Past participle for to ascertain through analysis or investigation
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Past participle for figure out, understand
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Past participle for assume the existence of
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Past participle for to serve as a warning or omen
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Past participle for to anticipate
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Past participle for to perceive information through one's senses
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Past participle for to have as an opinion
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Past participle for to speak or write with divine inspiration
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Past participle for to tell about in advance
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Past participle for form a theory or conjecture about a subject without firm evidence
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Past participle for suppose to be the case, without proof
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Past participle for to foresee and act in advance of
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Past participle for to form an opinion or reach a conclusion through reasoning and information
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To have expected
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To have had a vague awareness of
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To have ascertained through analysis or investigation
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